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The magic behind QuadWorks' full calendar of eventsBy Sam Tupper | February 7
Mercer students "Building a Better World" by spreading awareness about consequences of e-wasteBy Maura Rutledge | December 15
Several Mercer students gathered in the Connell Student Center breezeway on Nov. 30 to spread an important message: there are consequences to e-waste.
Has the class of 2026 been patient zero for pandemic learning?By Tyler Jones | December 8
According to the AP, “an increasing number of high school students failed to meet any of the subject-area benchmarks set by the ACT — showing a decline in preparedness for college-level coursework."
Anthropology class creates community mural project “Brushes Beyond Oppression”By Gabriel Kopp | December 7
The Public Anthropology and Activism class, taught by Natalie Bourdon, Ph.D, culminates in a final project that connects visual art with an activist message.
Letter from the Editor: Closing the door on The Cluster’s print editionBy Mary Helene Hall | December 5
After 102 years of print publication, The Cluster will become digital-only starting in 2023. The Dec. 6 issue will be the final print edition.
The making of a revolution: Research digitizes Black life in Middle GeorgiaBy Eliza Moore | December 2
“I was talking about this with my students in class one day,” Fontenot said. “They asked, ‘Well, what happened to your revolution?’ I said, 'You're part of it.' I'm turning out revolutionaries. So this project is part of my revolution.”
Mercer's Resident Hall Association addresses issues with laundry rooms, community buildingBy Ali Sulko | December 1
At 6 p.m. on Nov. 17, Mercer’s Resident Hall Association, RHA, held their annual town hall meeting in Stetson Hall.
Annual Light More Homes fundraiser brings holiday cheer to Mercer VillageBy Maura Rutledge | November 28
For 15 years, Macon Area Habitat for Humanity (MAHFH) has organized the Light More Homes fundraiser in order to combat substandard housing.
Imwe launches second year of Rwandan handbag sales on campusBy Gabriel Kopp | November 22
“People aren’t buying it because it is new, people are buying it because they want it,” Drash said.
McDuffie Center for Strings and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra feature Mercer musiciansBy Maura Rutledge | November 22
A line of people gathered under the glimmering lights of the Grand Opera House in Macon on Oct. 17 to see Mercer students, Mercer alumni and members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra perform in the Macon-Mercer Symphony Orchestra.
Bennett Cate and Michelly Pereira crowned Homecoming king and queenBy Mary Helene Hall and KC Wetherington | November 12
The court was composed of eight members who were voted on by the student body after their interviews with Mercer staff members.
2022 Homecoming Court announced after record-breaking student vote turnoutBy Mary Helene Hall | November 12
The court's queen and king will be crowned at Saturday's Homecoming football game against Furman University during halftime.
Annual Homecoming Lip Sync Competition lively as ever despite weatherBy Mary Helene Hall | November 12
QuadWorks continued its tradition of festivities leading up to Homecoming weekend that culminated in the annual lip sync competition Friday night in a Willingham Auditorium packed to the brim.
Mercer casts their votes in the 2022 midterm electionsBy Henry Keating and Maura Rutledge | November 9
"I think there are a lot of issues right now that will affect our future, and I think it’s important to have a say in the decisions on those issues,” Haven Estabrook '26 said.
2022 Homecoming Court nominees announcedBy Jaidyn Bridgeforth | November 7
Voting takes place Wednesday on MyCourseEval via Canvas.